Make sure to water your garden properly. You can save time by using soaker hoses to water more than one plant. Use low water pressure with your soaker hose so that the force of the water does not harm sprouts and seedlings. Letting the soaker hose do the work frees you up to turn your attention elsewhere. If you have recently sustained a cut, you should allow it to heal entirely before toiling in your garden. If you simply cannot wait to get back to gardening, you should at least cover the cut to protect it. Cuts that are infiltrated by soil or other substances have the potential to breed serious infections. Now, there are bandages available that will cover and seal the injured area completely, allowing you to continue your gardening projects.
Bulbs planted in the spring can flower all the way into summer. Most bulbs are extremely hearty and grow easily. They also come back year after year. Different bulbs will bloom during different time periods. Therefore, if you select your bulbs correctly, you could have blooms in your garden for all of spring and summer.
Both cat grass and wheat grass are good for giving your errant feline pause. It may also work to add citrus peelings or mothballs to the soil of the plants, because the odor is unpleasant to cats. You should divide irises. Overgrown clumps of irises can be divided up to increase your numbers of this lovely flower. Lift the dead bulbous irises. The bulbs should split naturally, and the replanted bulbs will usually flower within a year. Make use of a knife to split up rhizomes. Cut rhizomes from around the outside then throw away the remaining center. At the least, each piece will need to have one strong offshoot. Replant the new shoots right away.